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Diets that keep your cows agile for high milk quality

Responsive and adaptive technologies are leading the development for increased agility in how we and machines are operating today. What if we could formulate diets for dairy cows that can help the cow to adapt to challenges in the diet and her environment? We could expect greater and more consistent performance in response to diet formulations.

Find out more in the latest article published in international dairy topics here on page 11 in the link to ”Diets that keep your cows agile for high milk quality”

If you want to watch the trailer video to the article click on the following link: Keep your cows agile

Trailer video for new ANCO Article: Keep your cows agile

View the video trailer below for a new article by Gwendolyn Jones, Anco Animal Nutrition Competence.

Responsive and adaptive technologies are leading the development for increased agility in how we and machines are operating today. Imagine a world where dairy cows can adapt to challenges and stressors for more consistent and efficient production of high milk solid yields and milk quality.

Read the full article:” Diets that keep your cows agile for high milk quality” here,  published in International Dairy Topics by Positive Action, March 2018 issue.

FeedInfo interviews ANCO on gut agility and company strategy

Feedinfo News Service spoke to Gwendolyn Jones at Anco, to find out more about gut agility and what the company’s strategic objectives are.

Read about where ANCO is heading in the following link:
Anco Animal Nutrition Competence and the Emergence of Gut Agility

Read ANCO´s first publication in WATT Pig International, May/June 2016

Agile concepts are known to drive the speed of growth and competitive advantage in the modern business world. The application of agility to animal nutrition is an entirely new approach for more profitability in competitive animal production.

Gut agility is a new term coined to describe the animal’s ability to adapt to nutritional stressors in a faster and more energy-efficient response than it normally would.

Gwendolyn Jones writes about applying agile concepts in pig nutrition in the following article, published by WATT Pig International May/June issue and WATT Feed Management May/June

http://www.feedmanagement-digital.com/#&pageSet=0

Higher efficiency in pig performance with gut agility

ANCO launches a new nutritional concept dedicated to competitive animal production globally

Anco Animal Nutrition Competence GmbH, goes global with ANCO® FIT to support gut agility. In the face of increasing consumer pressure for antibiotic-free animal diets, supporting gut agility by nutritional means contributes to more robust animals as well as safer and more profitable meat production

Andreas Kern, Executive Director of ANCO commented: “We look forward to make a contribution to what matters most to feed manufacturers and producers to remain profitable in the production of safe feed and food.” Andreas founded ANCO in November 2015, after 30 years with Biomin, acting as their CEO globally for the past 5 years.

Applying agile concepts can help to further develop efficiency in animal production. Gut agility is a new approach in animal nutrition and describes the animal’s ability to adapt to nutritional stressors in a faster and more energy-efficient response than it normally would. It is also a cost-effective solution to empower animals to cope with mycotoxins in feed more adequately.

ANCO Animal Nutrition Competence GmbH (www.anco.net) is a feed additive company based in Austria. ANCO aims to design cost-effective feed solutions for swine, poultry and ruminants to live up to their performance potential efficiently. The company maintains its focus and what matters most to the customer and what works best for animals to support competitive animal production.